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Does anyone know the voltage that should be on the airbag connector when the bags are removed? I am reading 9.5 volts as it sits, but do not know if there is any amperage. My daughter rear ended an expedition and the only damage was a dented in front fender that had the perfect trailer hitch imprint extending to the airbag sensor. Both airbags went off. I am replacing the fender, and picked up some new airbags, but am not so sure about putting them in with voltage present when the key is turned on. A friend mentioned that the system normally has a voltage present to monitor the status of the air bags, but i cannot find any reference as to what it may be. Thanks in advance.

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